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Negative coverage of Africa frightens investors- Tony Elumelu

Tony Elumelu, addressing panel

Negative coverage of Africa frightens investors- Tony Elumelu

Tony Elumelu, founder of the Tony Elumelu Foundation has said the pervasive negative narrative around Africa is the continent’s greatest challenge as it scares off potential investors. Tony Elumelu was speaking recently at a gathering of senior policymakers and development experts hosted by UK’s leading foreign policy institute, Chatham House. Speaking on a panel alongside Rory Stewart OBE, UK…

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